Sony switched on some very good holiday deals on digital video games for PS5 and PS4, as well as PS5 accessories, like the DualSense controller. I won’t list out, but here’s the best way to frame the significance of the game discounts: you can get three PS5-exclusive games, like, say, , , and , for less than $100 ($30 each). That’s a far cry from the original $70 cost for just one of these titles. Newer games, like and , are a bargain at $39.89 each for the PS5 versions. And then there’s the , which costs just $19.89.
Onto the hardware,, , and are selling every color of the DualSense controller for $49.99 ($20 off or more, depending on the color). This gamepad works great on PC, too, in case you’re just in the market for extras. , but they all look great in their own way. Previous discounts knocked $10 off, so this is a pretty big deal.
Meta has launched a Black Friday bundle of its Quest 2 virtual reality headset that has 128GB and comes with two games. It costs $50 less than usual, priced at $349.99, yet it includes Beat Saber (a normal inclusionover the summer) and Resident Evil 4 VR games. You can nab this bundle at a number of retailers, including and .
Unlike the earlier Chromecast models, this 2020 model includes an easy-to-use remote. The Chromecast supports 4K resolution with Dolby Vision HDR and Atmos sound if you have the right kind of speakers. If you’re trying to decide which set-top streamer to get, it’s a great value for the price..